[unisog] Re: Code Red(s) being confused with sadmind/IIS worm?

Anderson Johnston andy at umbc.edu
Fri Aug 10 19:27:31 GMT 2001


One of my biggest problems when scanning is the volatility of our dial-up,
public hook-up and now wireless populations.

On Fri, 10 Aug 2001, John K. Lerchey wrote:

> There is also the entire issue of things like laptops running Win2K in a
> wireless environment.  The students turn on "personal web server" (IIS)
> unpatched, and bounce on and off the network frequently.  When they're on,
> they're causing problems... then they go away before we can track them
> down.
>
> Sigh
>
> John K. Lerchey
> Computer and Network Security Coordinator
> Computing Services
> Carnegie Mellon University
>
>

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